Simple, Transparent Rates


$ 25
  • *Best for flexible/dynamic work.

Per Word

$ 10
cents /word
  • **Best for clearly-defined writing tasks.

Which Billing Method
Should You Pick?

*Hourly Billing

Hourly billing works best for projects that require ongoing availability with dynamic tasks. For instance, a content manager or staff writer role may have functions that include content planning, ideation, research, writing, publishing, promotion, and others. In such a case, hourly billing offers the best tradeoff between flexibility and productivity. 

Sample Contract

Role: Content Manager

Responsibilities: Manage a small business blog through ongoing keyword research, regular collaboration with the blog owner to create and maintain buyer personas and formulate short-term and long-term content ideas. Create and manage a content calendar, and write and publish one keyword-optimized 750-word blog post per week. 

Time: 10 hours a week. 

Compensation: $250 per week. ($25 per hour x 10 hours a week.)

**Fixed-rate Billing

Fixed-rate (per-word) billing works best for projects with clearly-defined writing tasks. For example, writing a 1000-word article is a clearly-defined writing task that would cost $100 ($0.1 x 1000 words). A per-word rate includes compensation for time spent on research, writing, and editing. Fixed-rate billing also works well for recurring writing tasks (e.g. two 700-word posts per week). 

Sample Contract

Role: Part-time Writer

Responsibilities: Write one 1,000-word keyword-optimized blog post per week based on provided keywords and guidelines. 

Time: 24-hour turnaround time per article. 

Compensation: $400 per month. (10 cents per word x 1,000 words x 4 articles per month)

Quality content can transform your online marketing. Let's start that transformation.

Quality content can transform your online marketing.
Let's start that transformation.